Monday, October 29, 2012

It's Needlebook Season!

They're back and I am knee deep in needle books.  

Just in time for Holiday Gift Giving and in plenty of time for the Festival of Hari-kuyo in February 2013!



Class runs from November 12 through November 26.

Use your own fabric or choose one of the following kits...










Check out all the information on the Hari-kuyo Needlebook E-course blog page here.

Take the class last time?  Prior students still have access to the class blog (though it's temporarily closed for a few updates before class starts.)  So why not finish that book that you may have started or make another book for a lucky friend...or two.  Kits are available separately on the E-course page.

It's been fun creating all the different colorways...I can't wait to see them all made up.  That's the best part. 

Happy Monday everyone!

P.S.  Should I drop off the radar in the next few days, it may be due to a loss of power aka Hurricane Sandy.  We live on high ground and we've battened down the hatches.  Let's just hope Mother Nature takes it easy on us all.

19 comments:

Rachel said...

I hope Hurricane Sandy isn't too hard on you over there!

coral-seas said...

I know your new students are going to love your ecourse as much as I did and I love the colour choices you have put together.

I hope Sandy doesn't play too rough.

Patty C. said...

I would so love this
The kits look great!

Miriam said...

I love all the fabric combinations you have chosen for the needlebooks this time!
I hope all your new students enjoy the course as much as I did. :)

Take care and stay safe!!!

FlowerLady said...

What a great selection of fabrics for the needle books. My favorites ~ Berry Beautiful and Kyoho Grape.

You did a wonderful job of putting these all together and whoever takes this class with enjoy it.

I hope you don't get too much bad weather from Sandy.

Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady

TricĂ´ e Artes da Minie said...

Hi Susan

It´s amazing!...
happy monday you, too!

Mi.

Lorraine said...

Your kits are beautiful Susan. Stay safe and I will keep my fingers crossed Sandy turns out less than anticipated.

Suztats said...

Hope you are all safe from Hurricane Sandy......we expect some of its blast if it's still going strong.
Love the colourways you've chosen for the needlebooks.
Take care.

Cari said...

I just signed up for your class Susan. I'm so excited!! Be safe from the storm. It's a crazy wild one for sure !!

Hugs

JLL24 said...

You have made it hard to decide which needle case to go for. Anyway, please be safe, have family in the "line of fire" of Sandy. Praying that this storm wont be as bad as they expect it to be.

NickiLee said...

Hi Susan,
I never got to finsih up my needlebook from the last time you held classes so am excited to see you are doing this again. Could you send me the info when ready to get into the site? Please and thanks.

Stay warm and out of the way of Sandy - the wind is a howling and the trees are already bending up my way. Yeow!

Hugs,
Nicki

Createology said...

Prayers for safety during Hurricane Sandy. Your kits are delicious. I am looking forward to making my needle book. Learning from you will be a treat! Blessings...

Gerry Krueger said...

The choices are breathtaking... I say I'm making another but I'm sure I will keep it myself... such will power... Be safe and everyone is holding good thoughts about Sandy... Ger

Anonymous said...

Soooo Excited!!! Just ordered my kit and class!!

STAY SAFE!!!

Shel on Maui

Judy S. said...

Thinking of you a lot as we hear news of the storm. Your kits look wonderful! I just wish you were doing the class after the holidays. Take care, and stay dry and warm!

Bamasphynx said...

I live on the gulf coast so I know what you are going through with the Hurricane. Best of luck!

Wanda Maria Roszak said...

Susan, your work of art. are beautiful, and everything you create,
You will be able to write, I know what's happening with you?,
God be with you and all those!

Catherine said...

I have always admired these ~ perhaps one day I will gather the courage to try!
I do hope Sandy was gentle to you.

DebbieSFL said...

hope you are safe--and i am going to try and finish my needlebook--maybe following your new class will give me the kick in the behind that i need.

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